The Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire Marc Jones would like to encourage residents of Lincolnshire to help shape the future of their communities by taking part in one of the largest surveys undertaken in rural Britain.
The National Rural Crime Survey was last completed three years ago and revealed the huge financial cost of crime to rural communities – at £800 million per year.
The survey has the backing of Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones who was behind the county joining the Network. In 2015 Lincolnshire was not included in the survey. Marc believes it could help police, local authorities and Government officials better understand the issues facing rural communities.
The survey can be found here and is open for submissions until Sunday 10 June.